Snuggling and cuddling and loving and protecting and safeguarding and claiming, all rolled into one.
There is an element of intimacy, earnestness and ownership in this Welsh word (recently adopted into the Oxford English Dictionary) that the closest English equivalents, "cuddle", "snuggle", and "hug" lack. It is this theme that flows throughout the CWTCH! Series of audio experiences.
These non sexual but comforting audio experiences are re-mastered for release as part of this new compilation. This collection of non-erotic, immersive audio tracks makes use of the technique of Directed Erotic Visualisation (DEV) to help develop a sense of well-being and relaxation as an aid in the war on stress.
This audio is one of the most popular with women of all ages. It is about being in the safe arms of another, cared for and loved. A really great way to unwind and get ready to drift off to sleep in their arms; put it on your audio player and take it to bed with you....
CWTCH AT THE BEACH
This all new audio is a little more sensory and hands on than the original but is still just short of being erotic. Feel the sun and sand as you snuggle on the beach and feel a little more wanted and desirable as you get ready to sleep soundly in the arms of a caring partner.
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"It was such a relief to feel warm and wrapped in caring arms, and safe from [everything]...and I slept, I don't know how long, a few hours maybe, but I did sleep."
Find out more about this unique audio technique and what it might do for you.
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I love this to drift off to sleep with the feeling that I'm safe and warm, cared about. The author/narrator's voice is soothing and reassuring and has a personal feel other relaxation audios lack. I prefer the second experience of the two, it's a bit longer and cozier. My only complaint is the dialog at the end. Hitting the pause button eliminated that when I listened to it again - - - - and again. A very nice way to end the day.
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